•The North San Diego County median-priced single-family attached (SFA) home increased 2.08 percent from $240,000 in February 2010 to $245,000 in March 2010, a second straight month price increase. The Non-North San Diego County SFA home median price rose 6.93 percent to $220,000 in March 2010 from $205,750 in February 2010.1
•North San Diego County SFA median prices increased 31.72 percent year-over from $186,000 in March 2009, for eight months of year-over price increases (the last two months exceeded 30 percent) following 24 months of year-over declines.
•The county-wide SFA home median price increased 4.65 percent from $215,000 in February 2010 to $225,000 in March 2010, and was up 28.57 percent year-over from March 2009.
•The median number of days-on-market for North County SFA homes sold fell from 41 in February 2010 to 34 in March 2010. The average number of days-on- market decreased from 66 in February 2010 to 63 in March 2010.2
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•The number of sold SFA units increased 67.17 percent in March 2010 from February 2010 in North San Diego County, and rose 25.32 percent in Non-North County. Year-over sales increased 30.83 percent from March 2009 in North County and increased 4.29 percent in Non-North County. North County SFA sales have reported year-over increases for 21 months, except for the months of February 2010 and October 2009.
•SFA listings (active and contingent) in North San Diego County fell to 1,449 ending March 2010 from 1,492 ending February 2010. San Diego County (active and contingent) SFA listings increased from 4,811 at the end of February 2010 to 4,878 in March 2010. North County SFA active listings increased 1.19 percent year-over, while active listings decreased 0.55 percent countywid